nonbeliever

[non-bi-lee-ver]
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Origin of nonbeliever

non- + believer
Related formsnon·be·liev·ing, adjective

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Related Words for nonbeliever

doubter, infidel, skeptic, atheist, agnostic, heathen, pagan

Examples from the Web for nonbeliever

Contemporary Examples of nonbeliever

  • “The government cannot compel a nonbeliever to take an oath that affirms the existence of a supreme being,” Miller added.

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    U.S. Air Force: Swear to God—or Get Out

    Dave Majumdar

    September 8, 2014

  • His life's aim, he told me, is to “make it so a person can be a nonbeliever in our society and be respected and accepted.”

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    The Atheist Recruiting Machine

    Lauren Sandler

    November 3, 2009

  • But not all atheists are comfortable preaching the gospel of the nonbeliever.

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    The Atheist Recruiting Machine

    Lauren Sandler

    November 3, 2009


British Dictionary definitions for nonbeliever

nonbeliever

noun
  1. a person who does not believe, esp in God and religion
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